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of american veterans. tracy byrnes speaks to the hid of veterans' affairs and now a marine veteran working at a back, next on fox business. i don't know why that is surprising. lori: everyone in the newsroom is talking about "sky fall". tracy byrnes is here. no love connection. tracy: literally, no "love connection." you go wishing you were the bond girl and there was none of that for me. >> a little disappointed. >> what did they have left? blowing a lot of stuff up? tracy: dennis kneale and i will fight about later. he thought it was the greatest bond movie ever. >> -- javier bar dem. tracy: stop it. take it that way, the fiscal cliff is less than 50 days away, the white house making a new push to hike taxes on the most successful americans. will republicans cave? we'll have the very latest ahead. >>> and new york state asking uncle sam for at least $30 billion in federal aid after superstorm sandy. thousands are still without power. it is two weeks later. what the heck! former superintendent of insurance in new york is our guest today. >>> and as we americans salute our veterans, dozens
crisis. tracy: despite the ballooning deficit, president obama winning a decisive electoral victory. any chance things in washington will actually change now? or does it give the president a big old mandate? lori: a record 20 million people taking to twitter to speak out about the election. coming up, the most popular tweet of all time. the new york stock exchange and nicole petallides. broad-based selloff, most sectors in the red today, what are the traders saying? nicole: they're looking at the key levels, the s&p 500 below 1400, a very technical level that we have followed. traders say tha said that is nod sign. you think maybe this is a buying opportunity with the traders i have been talking to say it has further downside potential. sector after sector coming under pressure for the next four years. financials, energies and the likes. also a name making some headlines on their own. when you're looking at boeing, couple things to keep in mind, worked on the whole plan telling employees they aim to cut costs by $1.6 billion from 2013 through 2015. also eliminating jobs as well while the
for "call of duty"tae will it calm the fears of future of console gaming? tracy byrnes has the story next on fox business. don't miss it tracy: happy friday, i'm tracy byrnes. progress on the fiscal cliff believe it or not. both sides expressing confidence they will find a way to avoid tax hikes and spending cuts that could cripple this economy. no winners in the union battle at hostess. the twinkie maker says it can't stay in business if union workers won't agree to pay cuts. now those workers and thousands more could be out of a job. >>> $16 billion in the hole for the federal housing administration. is another bailout on the way and could it hurt your chances getting a mortgage more importantly? but top of the hour. time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes we head down to nicole petallides on floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole, i find it so interesting the market turned positive after our lawmakers came out and said they had a constructive meeting. >> constructive means nothing is done net. when i walk the floor and ask traders they know both sides, bipartisan, need to come
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allowed. we will hear whether both sides can reach a deal. he will join tracy byrnes next. do not miss it. ♪ melissa: the market hanging on. up 160 points. it is not that much, but it has been down so much that we would celebrate anything. lori: we were talking about it for days it seems to come. then i think they are good. melissa: we had a guest on that totally disagreed. tracy: lori and melissa will both be on together tonight. they are all up over 1% today. stop the bleeding from several down weeks. will this rally hold back that is such a key question. is now the time to buy? we will talk with one analyst who just is not sold on this whole recovery. the future for hostess could be decided at any moment. the bakery goes before a bankruptcy judge this hour. we'll be forced to liquidate. we will bring you the very latest as soon as we hear. first, it is top of the hour. it is time for stocks. they are in rally mode. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. it is easy to come to work on a day like this. nicole: you are just hoping that it is going higher. everybod
the polls close at 8:00 p.m. we will check in later. tracy: a dead heat both are within a one percentage point* of each other romney and holds 410 percent and obama at 48%. bill kristol joins us now. everyone takes a guess i think it will be a disaster because of the recount. >> i will take the opposite. i do not want a disaster. it will be very close and the states will be resolved if i have to bet to i think it is meant romney if anybody says they know what will happen is kidding themselves. >> what about ohio? with winner-take-all? >> this important and virginia the lines are very long. there will be at huge turnout if those are republicans who stayed away? obama of voters he successfully mobilize? that is a big question. looking at ohio you don't know that is a good predictor it is extremely close with the tiny edge two romney . gallup, of rassman singh, a battleground poll is dead even but try to adjust for likely voters but the more conventional hour four obama think republicans will do better than that. it is those close. piura. tracy: i do to. but wisconsin could do it any time.
't get too excited just yet. she joins tracy byrnes on fox business up next. here she comes. liz: welcome back. the dow up 54 points. tracy byrnes has joined me. we are talking about the fact that 46% of kids between 6 and 12 one and i and i'm shot 40% of kids have not figured out a way. they are beyond expensive but a hand me down refurbished, all the money spent on everything else. tracy: the acme is the perfect solution. i'm not sure i would buy those tablets. why not hit the ipad? sandra: amazing to see how many kids have them. so many educational games and stuff but it does raise the bar. tracy: skype grandma -- sandra: i can hear you justifying these purchases. we will have a terrific show. happy thanksgiving. tracy: i am tracy byrnes. melissa was bringing it up. are americans ready to spend more money on holiday shopping season? we are going to enter big questions about the state of the american consumer. the best retail analyst in the business, marshall:here to tell us with stories bring up the biggest sales and hostess back in court after union workers again refused to take cuts
in with tracy byrnes and ashley webster next on fox business. don't miss it copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that does both. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate mecal help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry mouth and conspation. nothing can reverse copd spiriva helps me breathe better. (blowing sou) ask your doctor about spiriva. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: and i'm ashley webster. house speaker boehner says fiscal cliff talks, well, they have gone, quote, almo
. he joins tracy byrnes next on fox business. and his new boss told him twongs -- cook what you love, and save your money. joe doesn't know it yet, but he'll wk his way up from busser to waiter to chef before oning a restaurant specializing in fish and me from the great northwest. he'll start investing early, he'll find some good people to help guide him, he'll set money aside from his first day of work to his last, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back. i'm tracy byrnes. all right so we've got a dire warning from fed chief ben bernanke. he says no deal on the fiscal cliff will actually cripple the economy in the new year. so wall street is listening. is washington? >>> plus, if you thought things couldn't get any worse with hewlett-packard, think again. coming up, how the tech giant managed to spend 10 billion dollars on a company it now says was riddled with bad accounting. >>> and could it be the most lucrative insider trading tip-off of all time? former hedge fund manager is charged with helping investors make more than a quarter
afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes stocks cut their losses. what if anything can stop the slide at this point? we're looking for answers ahead. china's leadership shuffle, man, oh, man. should american companies doing business in china be worried about the new men in charge? there are seven of them. chinese expert gordon chang here to tell us exactly what we need to be worried about. >>> the federal housing administration appears headed for a multibillion-dollar bailout, by you guessed it, you, the american taxpayers. liz macdonald back in 2009 reported this. this should come as no surprise but we're going to look at what it could mean for the fragile housing recovery. that is all ahead. but it is top of the hour now. so it is time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes which head down to nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole, the dow is down seven points but we can't seem to shake the negativity, can we? >> much improved, the fact it has gotten this close to the unchanged line, not too bad at all. that is enough to impress folks on wall street. we've been in a relat
is the nasdaq, almost 1-1/4%. cheryl: tracy: over 1400 on the s&p. on black friday we have to look at how retail et fs are performing. first this x party, retail edf, top holdings include netflix and office depot and then the are the h includes walmart and home depot, benefiting from superstorm sandy. bold seeing a big pop up $20, but look at the injured they chart. it has popped about halfway through the session. dave: that was 10:30 you see the arrow going straight up. that is when we got word overseas that some of the problems seem to be resolved temporarily. it is always temporary and of course that led to a pop in the euro which means the dollar is down which means gold is up. there's a reason for that. heading to the movies this holiday season? you won't below. peter guber, at a look at the big movie studios hope you will line up for and this is a lot of sequels although there is a prequel but peter guber will be here. tracy: black friday job efforts out in full force. which retailers will end this season as winners? and to is the big loser? jennifer davis research analyst at lazard capita
a neutral to a buy. that is another name that has been weighing on the dow. tracy: thank you, nicole. in case you missed the mad dash of deals on black friday, don't worry, today is cyber monday. retailers are competing hard for your cyber dollars. adam shapiro at the fulfillment center in phoenix, arizona, with more. i think that is so cool where you are. >> there are 50,000 seasonal employees, 20,000 full-time employees worldwide getting your orders. the guy behind me is part of a series of different lines where boxes are being packed with items you order. this part of it being automated. we're talking about a process that is going to generate revenue for amazon anywhere in the fourth quarter from 20 to $23 billion. i want you to meet larry wolter, he started as a seasonal employee, worked his way up to aiarea manager. i want to talk you well the photographer shows the process. speak what is different about this cyber monday compared to others, not a lot. we are shipping a lot of units. make sure everybody's getting the things that they order. >> i understand it is a little bit lat
is sticking around? jack ablin from bmo private bank tells tracy and ash next. keep it here on fox business. capitalism lives here >> don't fight the fed they say yet the markets are selling off. it is a whole different, in my view, set of expectations that is coming into play. melissa: yeah, yeah. lori: liz macdonald was talking about this. melissa: it's okay, it is europe. i woke up in europe. look, there is nothing wrong with europe. ashley: we're not greece, put it that way. melissa: cradle to grave. it is lovely and it is fun. no, we just live in europe now. it is okay. tracy: still the greatest country in the whole wide world. >> it is. tracy: if it was europe we would be on siesta. melissa: see? take it away, guys. ashley: when you think about it, is there anything wrong with that. good afternoon, everybody, i'm ashley webster. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. stocks hit session lows but they have come back a bit. dow is still down 43 points adding to yesterday's route. it has lost roughly half of the 2012 gains in the last five weeks. ashley: another wave of power outages in the northeast.
to get gas without waiting online for hours? oil and gas expert tom kloza joins tracy byrnes next on fox business. tracy: hey, everyone, i'm tracy byrnes. press -- presidential candidates with hours to go. "wall street journal's" gerry seib will tell us where this election will be won and lost. way long lines for gasoline in new york and new jersey. i know. i have witnessed it. days after officials promised relief. how long will it take for millions of people to have easy access to the gas they need to get to work? are we all going to just have to stay home? oil and gas expert tom kloza will weigh in a few minutes. first it is time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes. we head down to nicole petallides down on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole, so pretty in red before the election but no one is trading, huh? >> you're right. the volume is zoom what anemic. we traded just under 300 million shares on the new york stock exchange. i noted this is a lighter than usual day here on wall street. the dow jones industrials are down 11 points. not too far off from the unchanged line.
ceo says yes of coldwell banker says yes. he joins tracy and ash on fox business. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. >> i'm ashley webster. new urgency on the fiscal cliff. both the president and republicans say they're confident a deal can be reached and both admit not doing so would be disasterous. tracy: yeah. stocks hit session highs after the president spoke. we don't see that very often. market guru jim bianco is here. he says why he thinks companies moving up dividends to avoid the fiscal cliff actually could backfire on them. ashley: maybe they should hang onto the cash. new home seals raising doubts about the strength of housing recovery. cold well bank are incoming ceo, budge huskey will tell us really what is going on with housing. tracy: and at this time we'll go down to breaking news from the federal reserve. peter barnes has the details. hey, peter. >> hey, tracy. that's right. the latest beige book from the fed and says, quote, economic activity expanded at a measured pace in recent weeks and, there have been modest improvements in hiring. this is the beige book that the fomc
to fiscal cliff with tax hikes. this could change your entire strategy. tracy byrnes and ashley webster all over the story next here on fox business. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. monarch of marketing analysis. with the ability to improve roi through seo all by cob. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. i'm going b-i-g. [ male announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. go national. go like a pro. >> just going to stand here? dow is down 36 points. >> i didn't know we were coming up. >> there it is. we can just -- >> nasdaq is really in good shape. it is on track to close up seven consecutive sessions which would be the longest winning streak in 16 months, ashley and tracy. >> look who is back, ashley webster. tracy: i think that is the most important news of the day. ashley: lottery got to 500 million. had to come back. that's all i'm saying. you're not going to win. because i'm winning. >> how many tickets did you by already? ashley: i
coming up on the fist call cliff. tracy byrnes and ashley webster speak with former senator pete domenici. stay with us on fox business. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: i'm ashley webster. standoff on the fiscal cliff. both side say the other needs to get serious about making a deal. the question is who will flinch first? tracy: former senator and debt reduction task force co-chair pete domenici is here. stocks twisting and turning on every word out of washington. we'll hear from a top strategist to protect your investments amid all the volatility. ashley: a trillion dollar problem getting enough attention. american student loan debt surging now topping credit cards and auto loans. tracy: we'll. ashley: we'll have you will the very pering numbers ahead. tracy: after all that i said senator domenici's name wrong. nicole petallides is on the floor of new york stock exchange. nicole, stocks trying to hold onto this 50 point gain here. >> we're actually moving higher now. we're moving close to highs of the day. we sold off early on coming off heels of yesterday where a lot of
in an open-air shed. that's little tracy parks on the right in the blue windbreaker. jim jones is there too talking with the bogue family who had been among jones' earliest followers and now wanted to leave as well. >> that really -- that sent shock waves through me. >> jones moved over to talk to edith parks and her family. young tracy was distraught. >> i was crying and wiping my tears with that hat. the tears were not anything other than i was scared to death. i was really down deep in my heart thinking we're going to die. >> this is the last shot of the reverend jim jones that day as his grip on people was cracking. the rain stopped. the parks family walked toward a waiting truck. that is tracy again staying close to her older brother. as the group was leaving, another family was being torn apart. >> you brings those kids back here! you bring them back! >> one second, one second. >> don't you take my kids! >> this mother resisted when others in her family wanted to go. in the end, the family would stay, and all would die. >> emotions were starting to just become very tense, and i recogn
. is it good time to buy? jared levy weighs in with tracy and ash. that is up next on fox business. stick with us. ashley: good afternoon, everybody. i'm ashley webster. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. stocks are losing their grip on the gains we had as we enter the last two hours of a brutal market, coincidentally happened the same time our president spoke. hmmm. the dow headed for third straight losing week of the nasdaq hasn't gained the past five weeks at all. ashley: the turnaround came after president obama claimed american voters endorsed his plan to raise taxes on the highest earnings. with the clock ticking toward a fiscal cliff, will they get down to work? tracy: i don't know. long gas lines in line for new jerseyians, we should put that in the script. we're talking with one new york official who used to work in the white house situation room. he is outraged. ashley: some people not getting power back until next tuesday. tracy: that is jersey. ashley: ray hennessey told me that. that is awful. stocks as we do every 15 minutes. sandra smith at the new york stock exchange. sandra, we're
goes on. tracy byrnes is back. she had such and ordeal herself in new jersey. we're back here with more on this. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] they are a glowing example of what it means to be the best. and at this special time of year, they shine even brighter. come to the winter event and get the mercedes-benz you've always wished for, now for an exceptional price. [ santa ] ho, ho, ho, ho! [ male announcer lease a 2013 glk350 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. tracy: i am tracy byrnes. ashley: and you are back. i am ashley webster. president obama saying we are moving in the right direction. mitt romney says not fast enough. tracy: we have to get you up to date on the very latest storm aftermath. staten island is screaming for help. aid going to other parts of new york and new jersey. lines for gas extend for miles. ashley: power is out. hundreds of homes have been destroyed. the city is still planning to run the annual math on that starts off on sunday. a lot of people are not happy about that. the mayor of new york, mr. bloomberg, says it will go ahead. stocks now. t
important to our family. * project i wanted to start off by saying tracy and i love san francisco. we started dating in 2001 and we started living together shortly thereafter. and when we had to move away so tracy had to attend graduate school, we agreed that we would come back as soon as the time came. in 2007 we became parents of identical twin girls, zoe and nina. we knew it was time to come home. so, in early 2008 we were fortunate enough to find a house that at the time suited our needs perfectly in noe valley, just a wonderful neighborhood that we love. but over the past 4-1/2 years that we have lived there, we've been thinking about how our needs are going to change as the girls get older. and we framed our discussion this way. will this house suit us for another 20 years or more? and will it continue to suit us if we decide to have another child? and we realized that as much as we love this house that our changing needs might cause us to outgrow it. with some modest changes it could be a comfortable cozy home for years to come. the specific examples i want to bring up are if w
". our crew we have wayne rogers, jonathan, tracy byrnes and christian is back with us today. so welcome to all of you tracy, you were one of those on the show, you were warning about the side effects of the health care law. how bad is it going to get? >> it's getting bad already. the unintended consequences are out of control. look, people are going to get laid off. we're hearing that already 'cause companies just don't want to pay for health care. if you have a job, your hours might get cut to part-time or consultant. my brother just got hired as a consultant 'cause nobody wants to pay health care. then there is the premium angle of it. we hear at news corps, our premiums are going up because it is getting more expensive. everything is going to be affected by this and we've been saying it since the canaan -- nancy pelosi said she had to read the darn thing. >> i know your criticism is they didn't read it before they passed it, but one of the big criticisms here is that there was no cost control in the law, so here we are. >> well, it's going to be that way. health care costs are rising
day, the polls show the candidates are still neck and neck. nbc's tracie potts has all the details for us from washington. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, reuters ipsos, one of the latest national polls out there, gives president obama just a one percentage point lead nationally. that is a tie as the president heads back out today to speak with voters. president obama's back on the campaign trail. polls show him up by six in iowa, two in wisconsin and two in new hampshire, but this week he's focused on new jersey. >> we are not going to tolerate red tape, we are not going to tolerate bureaucracy. >> reporter: touring storm damage with republican rival governor chris christie. >> i cannot thank the president enough for his personal concern and compassion for our state. there will be some folks who will criticize me for complimenting him. well, you know what, i speak the truth. >> reporter: analysts say the president's picking up political points. >> the message that christie is sending voters is that obama is doing a good job. he's not a scary, socialist person, that he's s
's tracie potts is live on capitol hill this morning. tracie. >> reporter: good morning everyone. lawmakers here want some answers and they may get them from the cia and fbi. they have a closed-door briefing on all this coming up tomorrow, a scandal that now involves two decorated generals. >> reporter: kelley is a woman she claimed she felt harassed by anonymous e-mails traced to broadwell. it i uncovered an affair between petraeus and broadwell. petraeus resigned. broadwell talked about working with petraeus in afghanistan. the pentagon won't say what the relationship was between allen and kelley, but he's still on the job for now. in washington preparing for senate confirmation hearing that's been put on hold. meantime the fbi conducted a consensual search of broadwell's home. jill kelley's brother calls her the victim. >> she took issue with it. when she took issue, she didn't realize it was going to spark this storm. >> reporter: in washington congress wants to know why it took several days for them and the president to learn about petraeus. >> we need to focus on bigger issues. there
, the polls show the candidates are still neck in neck. nbc's tracie pots has all the details for us from washington. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. the latest poll of the battleground states show a slight advantage for president obama, ahead by 6 in iowa, three in wisconsin, and just two, well within the margin of error in new hampshire. but this week he's really been focused on new jersey, touring the storm damage there with governor chris christie, a republican rival who has said repeatedly the president's done a great job responding to the storm. analysts say the president could be scoring some political points from that endorsement only from governor chris christie. meanwhile, governor romney making three campaign stops yesterday. today he'll focus on virginia. in florida he toned down his message. he didn't even mention president obama as he spoke to voters in jacksonville last night and said he was criticizing the administration's record on small business. governor ejeb bush did talk abot the president and talked about some of his failures, as he put it, in
of them. tammy, the girl from the wrong side of the tracks, who gave ben up. tracy, the suburban mom who took him in. perhaps most stunning, though, is how they found each other. what do you say when you tell people, i found my baby on craigslist? >> yeah, well, i try to phrase it a little differently, but people do sort of give us a look. like, on craigslist? >> reporter: yes, on craigslist. the world's most famous online marketplace. the site where you can find anything. even a child these days. adoptive parents across the country are taking the controversial step of connecting direct it will with potential birth mothers. all with just the click of a button. >> craigslist put the power back in parents and birth moms hands. >> reporter: yahoo! reporter piper weiss has been investigating the world of private adoption online. but it also forces both of them to be their own filter and to be kind of their own expert in the matter and that takes a lot of -- there's a lot of risk and reward to that. >> reporter: megan and steve in buffalo new york learned it the hard way. after successfully a
's tracie potts joins from us washington with those details. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. so, it may be no deal today, but perhaps moving forward on these spending cuts and tax increases that are looming at the end of the year. some very specific meetings with a handful of lawmakers who could have a huge impact on your paycheck come january 1st. . treasury secretary tim geithner and white house legislative chief rob neighbors bring the president's deficit-cutting plan to capitol hill today. >> i am very open to a fair and balanced approach to reduce our deficit. >> reporter: republicans want to know, does that approach include the government spending less money? >> we've put revenue on the table, as long as it's accompanied by serious spending cuts. >> reporter: white house negotiators are meeting with boehner and top republicans and democrats. executives from big companies heard the plan wednesday at the white house. at least one thinks there could be a deal here. >> if i were involved in a negotiation like this and everybody was purporting to be where they are,
about his extramarital affair. tracie potts is on capital hill for us with those details. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. that is not supposed to be the focus of these two hearings today before the house and senate intelligence committees, they want to know what former cia director david petraeus knows about what happened in benghazi. as you noted, it is a closed-door hearing so we will not hear his testimony on camera today or see it although senate leaders have previewed his testimony already before he appears before those committees today. now this comes as we get word that the cia is investigating whether petraeus may have done anything wrong professionally during that affair with paula broadwell, whether he perhaps used agency resources improperly. that investigation is now ongoing as well. the fbi had concluded that this was a personal matter and that was one of the reasons it took a while to filter up to president obama. meantime, these committees on thursday saw real time video of the attack in benghazi and a couple of committees that were holding
obama holds a six-point lead over his republican rival with 51% to romney's 45. nbc's tracy potts is in cincinnati, ohio, with details on the candidates' final frantic day of campaigning. tracy, very good morning to you. >> reporter: veronica, good morning. good morning, everyone. it is going to be a very busy last day of campaigning. it was a busy weekend, especially here in ohio. all four candidates showing up here in various parts of ohio over the weekend. it is becoming very clear that all roads lead through ohio in this important presidential race. let's start with the president who is right here in cincinnati last night where he talked about governor romney and that six-point lead that he has as of now in our poll over governor romney, saying the reason he's not doing very well in ohio is because he opposed the auto industry. a lot of those workers were based here in ohio. governor romney was also in ohio over the weekend up in cleveland, but where he got a lot of attention was in pennsylvania. this was his first and last stop during the general election in pennsylvania. it'
and obama's supporters in chicago. >> that's where tracie potts is back with a look back on what ended up not being such a long night. >> reporter: we weren't even sure we'd have an answer for you this morning. they were major states outstanding early this morning when it was declared that president obama had the 270 electoral votes needed to win this very close race. a burst of emotion at the obama victory party in chicago the moment the race was called. and early this morning celebrations around the country from new york to los angeles and the white house where president obama will spend four more years. >> whether i earned your vote or not, i have listened to you. i have learned from you. and you've made me a better president. we are not as divided as our politics suggest. we're not as cynical as the pundits believe. we are greater than the sum of our individual ambition, and we remain more than a collection of red states and blue states. we are and forever will be the united states of america. >> reporter: his speech came after a call from mitt romney, who told supporters in boston he
ordered his daughter tracy, her older sister and three other youths to run for safety into the jungle. >> we ran too far, and, of course, it's so thick that like once you get so far you can't -- you get lost in your direction. >> before night came we went back to the jungle and started hollering for the kids. and no response. and i thought, oh, my god, don't tell me they are lost. >> i was the organizer, and anything that needed organizing they gave to carter. >> tim carter, seen here in '78, was a trusted aide to jim jones. he saw jonestown through different eyes. >> it was beautiful. i mean, something about nature, being in the jungle, it was beautiful. >> carter stayed almost to the end. he saw the gunmen come back from the airport. >> the tractor trailer that had come from the airstrip came up behind and stopped at the kitchen, and these guys jumped out. bob ky said, we got the congressman. >> that's when the reverend jim jones told his people this would be the day they'd have to die. >> the congressman is dead. please give the medication. it's simple. no convulsions with it. it's
. tracy: we should have our viewers name the intraday chart. i cannot believe this, 32 days, we have to live with this war true fundamentals, make your picks. >> this is an unusual market. i thought they for sure flush away harder than they did leaving me to think that the market is believing something is coming. each drop a little bit lower than the previous one leading me to believe the market believes something is coming. keep the position. if you want to add to a decision, wait for a break. liz: that is a calm way of looking at it in a disjointed markets. oil up for the first time in a couple of sessions, what do you make of that in every headline i read about the research says the market is reassured there will be a deal so people will use more energy. not when these guys are saying yes no, yes now. >> if you want to look at this market, look at the world. reaching a 17 month high today. china of course with the multi-year low. globally around the country think okay, despite what happens in the u.s. liz: who made that? >> europe 600. liz: some of the biggest names in europe. it
situations in these companies and the problem we have is just like tracy said, we had no health care reform. all we had was inrance reform, sticking more people into a broken system. >> jonathan, at the same time, if you look at the average of what many companies are doing and what they're going to pay, we're look at an average of 9% in higher premiums in 2013. many people are taking the top shelf plans and cutting them ought. >> wal-mart, papa john's, the result of obamacare is destruction. that was obamacare's goal much his goal was not to fix health care. it was to destroy the last remaining advicages of an actual free health care system in this country. obama talked openly about his advocacy for single payer and we're seeing that play out in practice whe every private option is literally snuffed out of existence. i'm more worried about even the health care itself. it's not only that we're seeing health care option go away, we're seeing doctors leave the practice and leave the practice of medicine in massive scale. health care in this country is about to be as good as the post office of
, i want to hear ideas from everybody. >> tracy, he was asked twice, are rates going up on 250 and above? is that a red line for you? he would not go there. instead that was answer he provided. though he did say the republican position of overhauling the tax code just getting this revenue through cutting deductions and economic growth, he says the math doesn't seem to work there. so it is not exactly like we have total agreement between the two sides but at least some progress, incations perhaps we could actually get a deal done though we're very far from that point. the president will walk across the white house complex. headed to the east wing from the west wing coming from the east side of the white house. we've got enarrivals from a number of ceos. mike duke of wal-mart. jeff immelt came through. a handful of ceos waiting for president obama as he heads to the west wing. we'll get him on the way out. maybe this time he will actually say something. back to you. tracy: rich, that will be an interesting around because again the president says his mandate is to help the middle
in the batting ground state of ohio. nbc's tracie potts has details. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. it is a very aggressive schedule. governor romney hits four states alone just on sunday, and between the presidential and vice presidential candidates, they are scheduled to make 12 stops in ohio between now and election day. both candidates land in ohio today. so far, here's what their travel schedules look like. governor romney visits seven states including a rally in ohio tonight with 100 supporters, politicians, and celebrities. in virginia last night, a makeup of hurricane sandy, he argued the president's running out of steam. >> he was the other day talking about saving characters on "sesame street" and playing word games with my name and attacking me on a regular basis and attacks that he knows aren't true. >> reporter: president obama also visits seven states between now and election day with a focus on ohio, his must-win state. he'll be there every day between now and the election, making his closing arguments, highlighting higher home prices and victory overse
biden will vote in delaware before joining the president in chicago. nbc's tracie pots is in cincinnati, ohio. she has the details on the candidates' final frantic day of campaigning. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: we're at a polling place in ohio. already a busy day. a busy crowd back and forth. lots of people planning to vote here in ohio, but they weren't the first to vote this morning. for the first time ever and with its lowest turnout in almost 50 years, a tie this morning in tiny dixville, notch. just after midnight they cast five votes for president obama, five for governor romney. a few hours south in manchester the governor ends his campaign. >> the last months of our campaign have seen the gathering of strength from a real movement across this country. it's evident in the size of these crowds like this tonight. my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] and i understand that there are a few thousand people outdoors that couldn't get in, too. >> reporter: after voting near boston this morning, the governor hits the road again thanking campaign workers in pennsylvania and
, spending, and the national debt to avoid that so-called fiscal cliff. nbc's tracie potts is in washington with the latest on that. tracie, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. that big party in chicago over, the president now back here in washington dealing with congress and about to deal with some serious financial problems that could hit before the end of the year. >> i am looking forward to reaching out and working with leaders of both parties to meet the challenges we can only solve together. >> reporter: fresh off his election victory, president obama's already been on the phone with top democrats and republicans in congress, urging them to compromise before america falls off the fiscal cliff. what's that? long-term unemployment benefits and the 2% payroll tax cut expiring, a big cut in medicare payments, and your taxes going up january 1, if congress doesn't act. plus, another $500 billion in cuts at the pentagon. boeing, the military's second largest supplier, already announced a second round of executive layoffs. >> nobody wants to see this fiscal cliff without a deal, b
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